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World leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed more than 207 people and left 450 wounded on Sunday,
World leaders have condemned a series of blasts in Sri Lanka that killed more than 207 people and left 450 wounded on Sunday, including dozens of foreigners - with British, Dutch and American citizens believed to be among them.
How exactly should the judiciary proceed from here? Ideally, the judiciary should tackle the matter head on and provide the employee all means to fight her case by ensuring that due process is followed.
We don't know how Avengers: Endgame or Game of Thrones will end. So, we've been patiently — and at times over-eagerly — spending an immoderate percentage of our days looking for theories on the fandemonium that is Reddit.
The point that befuddles the media and even the Opposition is that when someone is perceived to be honest, sincere, hardworking, and is seen to be trying to make a difference in the lives of millions through schemes that bring transformative changes, then that leader enjoys a greater degree of tolerance for failure that is otherwise denied to his peers.
Having been perpetually watched over but never really seen for the people we might be, our queer bodies haven’t been allowed private joy. Everything that we do to, with, about our bodies is rendered as brave. These extremely personal choices are only seen as modes of gaining visibility
Modi launches stamp for 200th anniversary of Mumbai Samachar: Look back at history of Asia's longest-running newspaper
The Gujarati newspaper was first published in 1822 as a weekly by Parsi scholar Fardunjee Marzban. Over the last 200 years, Mumbai Samachar has survived the test of time and stayed true to its apolitical editorial policies
This move came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's instruction to recruit 10 lakh people in various departments and ministries in the next 18 months
Hamid Ansari also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "silence" on the matter was "very meaningful" and not accidental